“Snacks with Susan and Daryl” is a discussion class for adults that meets on Sundays from 9 to 9:45 a.m. in the fellowship hall. It is led by Daryl and Susan Pichoff.
The Pichoffs said: “If you have been thinking about joining an adult class, come and check us out! We gather to have a bite to eat and discuss a video series that lasts several weeks, then move on to a new topic.
“We value all opinions as we discuss the material and appreciate hearing from all who join us.”
Everyone is invited to attend any or all of the sessions.
A new study, “God’s Messy Family,” begins Jan. 5. In this video-based series, pastor and author Jacob Armstrong takes an in-depth look at our faith lineage, focusing specifically on the messy family dynamics found in the book of Genesis. As we begin to understand the life stories of Abraham, Sarah, Isaac, Rebekah, Jacob and Esau, we find that their pattern looks a lot like ours — we are called, we mess up, and God continues to redeem us. We hope you can join us.
■ The Myth of the Perfect Family
■ The Gap Between What God Says and What You See
■ No, Nothing Is Too Hard for the Lord
■ Loss and Promise in the Family of God
■ Promise Maker and Promise Keeper
■ The Beauty of Imperfection